2021 Naturalization Ceremony
Come celebrate with our new Citizen/members proclaiming their nationality and birthrights, returning to the organic constitutional fold, of the U. S. A., the republican form of government per the executive will of President Abraham Lincoln, inclusive of Emancipation proclamations and 13 Amendment with 20 sections through the door way of The Honorable Illustrious Hebrew Prophet Noble Drew Ali – Leviticus 25:10
Praise Allah For Our Prophet!
Naturalization Ceremony 2020
Congratulations to the 2020 Graduating class of the Moorish School of Law & History…
watch our new Citizen/members proclaim their nationality and birthrights, returning to the organic constitutional fold U.S.A.,.. per the executive will of Pres. Abraham Lincoln, inclusive of Emancipation proclamations and 13th Amendment with 20 sections through the door way of The Honorable Illustrious Hebrew Prophet Noble Drew Ali – Leviticus 25:10
All About Juneteenth
WHAT WE ALL NEED TO KNOW ABOUT
JUNETEENTH & THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATIONS
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The Moorish American National Republic©
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Baltimore, Maryland 21203
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Moorish School of Law & History
Declare your Birthright!! Become a naturalized citizen of the American Republic. Come and learn about our Great Divine and National Movement which was established by our Founder, Prophet Noble Drew Ali and how to proclaim your Nationality and become a True American Citizen.
Classes begin in January 2021
Sunday School Class Conference Call
The Moorish American National Republic expects the presence of all members, and invites the public to join us, every Sunday at 11 am Eastern time for our Moorish Sunday School Class Conference Call.
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Sunday Town Hall Conference Call
The calls are moderated by our Illustrious Sheiks and Shiekesses
The purpose of the calls is to answer questions from the public, sent in by email.
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Workout Part 1
Michael Simpson-EL, JR
Sit-ups is kind of a
lost practice in the world of physical activity. Through the
internet and evolution of athletic training common place exercises
have been put on the back burner, the effect of a narrative of quick
results. With the pursuit of “quick results” being the common
factor when getting in shape the very basic exercises, such as
jumping jacks, push-ups, and sit-ups exist in the shadows of this
“quick results” foreground. In most physical activity settings
you rarely see these exercises being utilized as fundamental
practices for body conditioning and future progression. Your abdomen
is the very core of the body and if the core is not strong your body
is not strong. There are about twenty to thirty different sit-ups,
each of them working certain muscles of the abdomen. The variety of
the sit-ups, and the level in which each is executed, contribute to
building a strong core.
abdomen wall has three levels upper, mid-level, and lower. Each
sit-up works a different part of the abdominal muscles. There are a
few basic sit-ups that are foundation builders. Knee
work all three levels of the abdominal wall. To accomplish this
Sit-up, lay on your back bringing the palms of your hands up to touch
your flexed and lifted knees. Next up is the Ankle
the position being the same as the Knee Sit-up, but the fingertips of
the hands touch the sides of the ankles.
The lower muscles
and the obliques are the challenging parts of the abdomen typically
because that is where fat is stored. Scissors
work this part of the abs best. The Scissors
in the same position as the others but we place our hands on our hips
instead. Next we lift our legs six inches and move them in the motion
like a pair of scissors under or over and vice versa. Due to the
positioning of the body Cross
work the oblique muscles or “love handles”. Lifting the torso
and legs simultaneously, flex and bring one knee towards the chest
with the opposite elbow touching the flexed knee and the hand
touching the ear, knee
and elbow meeting at/crossing the body midline, keeping you from
straining your neck.
Repeat with opposite leg and arm. These are some very good building
blocks to start with.
patient and dedication we can accomplish anything. Islam and Peace